‘House of Owls’ by Tony Angell (‘62) wins national outdoor book award

‘House of Owls’ by Tony Angell (‘62) wins national outdoor book award

The National Outdoor Book Awards (NOBA) named Communication Alumni Hall of Fame member Tony Angell’s (B.A., 1962) most recent work “The House of Owls” the 2015 winner in the Nature and the Environment category. The New York Times bestseller has been…

CHAIR WORDS 11/14/2015

On October 13, the University of Washington Board of Regents named Ana Mari Cauce to be our 33rd President. That day, when I heard the news, I tweeted this: Best decision by this institution in the 18 years I’ve been…

Remembering ‘HOPE’ writer, advertising veteran Hal Newson (’52)

Remembering ‘HOPE’ writer, advertising veteran Hal Newson (’52)

Beginning as a copywriter and advancing to become the Creative Director and CEO of Cole & Weber, Hal Newsom (B.A., 1952) created more than 2,000 ads and commercials for companies like Boeing, Weyerhaeuser, Safeco, Alaska Airlines, and more. Newsom was…

Ph.D. grad Lauren Kolodziejski wins ARST Article of the Year Award

Ph.D. grad Lauren Kolodziejski wins ARST Article of the Year Award

Lauren Kolodziejski (Ph.D., 2014) earned an Article of the Year Award from the Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology (ARST) for her piece titled, “Harms of hedging in scientific discourse: Andrew Wakefield and the origins of the autism…

From Austerity to Prosperity: CCCE hosts events for New Economy Week

From Austerity to Prosperity: CCCE hosts events for New Economy Week

  Rethinking Prosperity, a project of the UW Center for Communication and Civic Engagement, is hosting two Seattle events as part of New Economy Week – a nationwide, public conversation about the ideas that can transform society and build an…

UW Comm in China: Innovation, global ties & Husky spirit

UW Comm in China: Innovation, global ties & Husky spirit

The UW Department of Communication will have a strong presence in Shanghai next week during a trip that the UW is using to strengthen ties with partners in China to UW students, our state, and beyond. UW Comm will be…

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